Stir Crazy: Team Building Cooking Classes and Year-End Functions

Stir Crazy Team Building

End 2020 on a tasty and celebratory note with these personalised team-building cooking classes and end-of-year functions.

Can you believe that 2020 is almost done, and it’s already time to start planning our year-end functions? What better way to come together as a team than with a fun and celebratory cooking class at Stir Crazy, complete with a chef-prepared meal at the end and guaranteed laughs throughout.

Stir Crazy Team Building Events

Team building and team bonding

Every team has its own approach, so you can customise your function to suit your group’s style. There are three options to choose from, namely:

Masterchef style

Get the knives out and discover which of your colleagues has a competitive streak you didn’t know about when you compete for the top prize. This hands-on experience is more team-building than team-chilling, but everyone’s a winner with these delicious creations.

Cooking class

For those who prefer a less competitive event, go for the standard cooking class, which includes three courses. Pair up with colleagues and interact around cooking stations for a more relaxed team-bonding session.

Cooking demo

After a year like 2020, sometimes it’s best to just sit back with a glass of wine and leave it to the professionals. Stir Crazy’s team of chefs will demonstrate all the recipes and you’ll gather around a table afterwards and enjoy the fruits of their creations.

Stir Crazy Cooking Menu

Whatever event you plan, a delicious meal at the end of it – as well as much laughter – is guaranteed!

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14 West Quay Road V&A Waterfront Cape Town


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Time of publication: 19 October 2020